Headteachers message

Welcome to our School

Mrs Appah

Mrs Appah

Our English Martyrs’ School community aims to follow the example of Christ, in welcoming, recognising, fostering and developing each individual, as a unique and special gift from God with value and dignity.

Our vision is for excellence in learning, in terms of both achievement and progress. English Martyrs’ Catholic Primary School provides a broad, balanced and challenging curriculum to enable each pupil to develop all those attributes and skills for lifelong learning: Excellence and initiative, confidence and self-esteem, discipline and dedication, a generosity of spirit, integrity and honesty, creativity and imagination and an understanding of their spirituality.

Head Teacher  – Mrs H Appah  


English Martyrs’ Parish Church

We work closely with our parish church, linking the church with our school through R.E. and Holy Communion classes.   Every week Reception, year 1 through to year 6 attend Church, we have whole school mass at the beginning of term and end of term, as well celebrating Holy Saints days.  We welcome all Parents /carers to join us in the church. http://www.englishmartyrswalworth.org

Please look at our Events Diary at the top of this page to note the dates we will be celebrating this term as a Christian Community.


Archdiocese of Southwark

English Martyrs’ Catholic Primary School is part of the Archdiocese of Southwark. The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Southwark covers the London boroughs south of the Thames, the County of Kent and the Medway Unitary Authority. Our Archbishop is Archbishop Peter Smith, who was installed at Saint George’s Cathedral on 10th June 2010.


About Archbishop Peter Smith

Archbishop Peter Smith was born in Battersea on 21st October 1943. He completed his secondary education at Clapham College and gained his degree (LLB) from Exeter University in 1966.

He studied for the priesthood at St John’s Seminary, Wonersh, and was ordained Priest on 5th July 1972.


archdiocese-of-southwarkArchdiocese of Southwark

To visit the Archdiocese of Southwark website, click on the link below:
http://www.rcsouthwark.co.uk/